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Barco launches budget-friendly compact 10K lumen DLP projector

Barco, a pioneer in projection technology, is proud to announce the launch of the CLM R10+, its compact 10,000 lumen DLP projector built specifically for the rental and staging market. This product meets the market need for a very bright and rugged projector at the price level of high brightness LCD projectors.

With its sealed engine and DLP technology, the CLM R10+ delivers a brilliant, sharp and consistent image – even after years of use – without time consuming and expensive maintenance.
The CLM R10+ features a strong, all-metal chassis and comes with its own rigging kit, allowing for quick and easy set up. Its compact size, light weight and low noise levels make the CLM R10+ the ideal solution for both small and midsize venues.

The CLM R10+ delivers crisp, clear video and data images without loss of details thanks to its 1400 x1050 pixel resolution and state of the art image processing technology. This SXGA+ resolution offers 87% more pixels than the XGA resolution of the high brightness LCD projectors.

Additional features include DMX512 control of brightness (0 – 100% intensity control using internal optical dimmer), zoom, focus, lens shift and source selection. This alone will make the CLM R10+ very attractive to the theatrical and show market.

The compact size and low weight make for easy handling which will allow it to fit applications where lower brightness projectors were the only choice previously.

Packed with all this extended functionality at the price level of a high bright LCD projector, the CLM R10+ is an attractive choice for markets and applications that have previously had to settle for lesser products.

About Barco
Barco, a global technology company, designs and develops visualization products for a variety of selected professional markets. Barco has its own facilities for Sales & Marketing, Customer Support, R&D and Manufacturing in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific.
Barco (Euronext Brussels: BAR) is headquartered in Belgium and is active in more than 90 countries with about 3800 employees worldwide. Barco posted sales of euro 751 million in 2006.

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